ECDL tutor for youth education project

Closing date: 
20 Mar 2017
Conway's Youth Education project (Alternative Education Provision) for young people between 14 and 16 years of age, is looking for a suitable qualified and experienced IT tutor to deliver ECDL course.

Conway's AEP is looking for an experienced IT tutor who is qualified to deliver ECDL course. This is a temporary position for 12 hours per week, £20 per hour. The hours will be between 10am and 2pm, there is some flexibility to divide the hours over three or four days.

You will be part of our education team delivering a basic curriculum to a small group of vulnerable young people.

Our preference would be for a suitable qualified candidate who has experience of EOTAS provisions.

If interested, please forward your CV and a letter of application detailing your suitability for this temporary post using the points set out in the job description, before 12 noon on Monday 20 March 2017 to:

Pauline Kersten, centre manager, Conway Education Centre, 5/7 Conway Street, Belfast BT 13 2 DE, or email: [email protected] 

This position will require the applicant to apply for an Access NI enhanced disclosure certificate, costs covered by Conway Education Centre.

For more information, please contact Centre manager Pauline Kersten at [email protected]